9'0" to 10'0"
22 1/4" to 23 1/2"
2 7/8" to 3 1/4"
addition to the curent Jacobs line, this late 60's classic was discovered
by a surfboard collector and is often considered a next generation
to the original Bing Noserider. The board was ridden and praised
by several professional longboarders as one of the best noseriders
ever to be shaped. IN '67, Hap finally granted young ripper Mike
Purpu a model of his own after he won the Oceanside contest. The
board was originally designed at a time when noseriding became less
of a focus and turning became more important, making it a more maneuverable
surfboard that still allows plenty of tip-time. With a defined concave
similar to noseriders of the time combined with a more refined rail
and tail rocker, the Mike Purpus model has an outline that is more
conducive to turning and noseriding, rather than just one.
The Mike Purpus model is traditionally glassed with color opaque
resin or a resin tint. Upon special request the famous Jacobs team
dot can be added.
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